How to price a 1983 Mazda RX-7

Asked by Jun 05, 2014 at 12:41 PM about the 1983 Mazda RX-7 GS

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

How would you price a 1983 Mazda Rx-7 red, torn up interior, won't start (not sure why),
decent body work with dents and bumper sort of detached, and 100,000 miles. What price
should I list it for? Oh and it has been sitting in a garage covered in junk for over 7 years.

5 Answers

261,165

Probably worth $400

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So it's not some fancy racing car that I can sell the parts for top dollar?

261,165

Parting it out might be a better option.

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1,195

In '83 they were still using the box steering (vs. rack and pinion.) Smaller brakes, Smaller engine, etc. It's not going to be worth too much to too many people. Now if it were a second or third gen, especially a second gen.....!! Parting it out, if you have the time and space, but that will likely take a while too. Not many of 'em out there anymore. sad, but they are not considered a classic, just an old out of date sports car.

55

Definitely part it out on eBay and mazda forums

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